Despite the growing impact and urgency of climate change, many fleet operators still rely on fossil fuels to power their fleets. With transportation being the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions, this presents a major challenge and opportunity for fleets to go fossil-free and lower their carbon footprint. Enter Neste MY Renewable Diesel™, a sustainable drop-in fuel that reduces emissions by up to 80 percent compared to fossil diesel.
No matter where your operations may take you, Neste’s supply channels—which include cardlocks, bulk delivery and mobile fueling—ensure product availability. Wherever you are, you can be certain of the quality of Neste MY. Not only does it meet all ASTM D975 and state and federal diesel specifications, but it’s free of impurities like sulphur, oxygen and aromatic compounds. The result is more efficient combustion, which leads to longer DPF regen intervals and less vehicle downtime.
Let’s make something clear: Renewable diesel is different from biodiesel. With the same chemical properties as fossil diesel, Neste MY delivers comparable benefit and performance to your fleet—without the downside.
How Neste MY benefits the fleets
Easy to switch
Fully compatible with your existing diesel infrastructure, no costly overhauls, new equipment or additional investment required. Just drop in, drive off, and immediately make progress toward your sustainability goals.
Low environmental impact
Made from a mix of renewable, premium-quality raw materials sourced from supply chain partners who meet strict sustainability standards.
Clean-burning, pure hydrocarbon fuel contributes to maintenance improvements, virtually eliminating the risk of deposits that can negatively affect filters and injectors.
Compliant with regulations
Neste MY Renewable Diesel meets the same specification as fossil diesel – ASTM D975 and EN 15940. Its lubricity provides extra protection for fuel pumps and fuel injectors.
"Migrating to Neste MY Renewable Diesel provides us immediate huge gains in carbon emissions reduction that we could not otherwise achieve without significantly increased investments in alternative fueled vehicles and infrastructure.”
– Keith Leech, Chief, Fleet Division & Parking, Sacramento County